Skip to main content

An Udderbot Recital


Published August 20, 2010


The udderbot is a slide woodwind instrument invented in 2005. Co-inventor and amateuroso Jacob Barton presents a concert of music using the udderbot, featuring xenharmonic music written by local composers especially for the occasion. 8PM August 20, 2010 at the Urbana-Champaign Independent Media Center.

Additional performers:

Andrew Heathwaite, otonal dulcimer and fretless guitar
James Andrew Burton, percussion
Paul Kotheimer, double bass
Dan Sedgwick, keyboards and voice
Marji Gere, violin and voice
Susan Parenti, voice
Carrie Beaderstadt, violin
Tomas Fajardo, viola
Sara Wilkins, cello
Megan Marolf, oboe


Reviews

Reviewer: ponypower65 - - August 25, 2010
Subject: Lots of squishy eggrolls
What a splendunkerous sound these fine fellows have. It's quite peachy, especially in track 5, when I had to get my kerchiff out because it reminded me so of my dear Aunt Mimsy. The emotional depth of xenharmony is a truly undiscovered gem of the musical genre. Play on men, play on!
DOWNLOAD OPTIONS
In Collection
Community Audio
Uploaded by
Jacob Barton
on 8/25/2010
Views
873
Favorites
1
Reviews
1
PEOPLE ALSO FOUND
Community Audio
by Mark Enslin
23
0
0
Community Audio
by Mark Enslin
87
0
0
Community Audio
by Mark Enslin
72
0
0
Community Audio
32
0
0
Community Audio
by Mark Enslin
40
0
0
Community Audio
41
0
0
Community Audio
49
0
0
Community Audio
by Jacob Barton
10,716
0
0